31 matching grants found.
|30 Nov 1999||Shetland Film Club
This group provides opportunities for the education of the public in the art of film and allied visual techniques. The grant will be used to fund film hire, venue hire, advertising, publicity, animator fees, travel and subsistence.
|£500||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Shetland Knitting Club
This group provides opportunities for people to learn about and develop skills in knitting. The grant will be used to purchase materials and equipment and fund tutor fees, visits, demonstrations, advertising and travel expenses.
|£3,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Bressay Community Action
This group co-ordinates projects and activities for the social, economic and environmental development of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase balls, hoops and a video and to fund instructors' fees and creche costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Sandveien Parents Project
This group provides adults with educational, recreational and cultural opportunities. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and to fund the costs of training courses and publicity.
|24 Nov 1999||Shetland Recreational Trust
Westside Leisure Centre
|15 Sep 1999||Shetland Amenity Trust
The Project Will Encourage Community Environmental Initiatives Throughout Shetland. Local Communities Will Be Supported To Identify Their Needs And Deliver Solutions, So That Independent Action Can Be Encouraged In The Longer Term. Innovative Work Is Al
|15 Sep 1999||Shetland Science and Technology Group
This project aims to raise awareness of science and technology through the provision of a science and technology fair. The one-year grant will provide for the construction of a planetarium, geology boxes, fees for freelance workers, general running expens
|15 Sep 1999||Dunrossness Central Public Hall
This project will benefit an isolated rural community by replacing the hall's existing inadequate heating system with a new oil fired system. An additional benefit of the new system is the capacity to heat only the rooms being used, which will greatly re
|15 Sep 1999||Bressay Community Action
This project will create a safe play environment for Bressay island children by building an enclosed play park with a range of equipment suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities. Seating and shelter will also be provided within the play area. The
|14 Sep 1999||Garden and Ecological Trail Sandwick
This group promotes and develops a community garden for the benefit of local people and as a fundraising resource for voluntary groups. The grant will be used to purchase a fairground organ and to fund shipping and insurance costs.
|14 Sep 1999||Whiteness and Weisdale Public Hall
This group provides a community resource for local people. The grant will be used to fund replacement of windows, installation of double glazing and wall cavity insulation.
|1 Sep 1999||Shetland Islands
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£137,160||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 1999||Shetland Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers
This group provides members with the opportunity to learn about or develop skills in the crafts of spinning, knitting, weaving and dyeing. The grant will be used to fund research, travel, marketing, sessional staff, the production of lace samples and phot
|£4,200||Scottish Arts Council|
|25 Jun 1999||Yell Arts and Crafts Development Association
This group provides opportunities for local people to develop their arts and craft skills. The grant will be used to fund advertising, marketing, workshops, tutors' fees, venue hire and travel expenses.
|£2,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|25 Jun 1999||SaS
This group provides practical support and information to local people. The grant will be used to fund the costs of workshops and art therapy.
|25 Jun 1999||South Mainland Youth Exchange Group
This group provides opportunities for young people to participate in international youth exchanges. The grant will be used to fund the costs of venue hire, workshops, transport and accommodation.
|25 Jun 1999||Lunnasting School and Community Garden
This group provides opportunities for local people to develop and maintain the community garden. The grant will be used to fund a mosaic, planting materials, dry stone walling, wooden sculptures, a sundial and mural.
|25 Jun 1999||Unst Show
This group promotes an annual agricultural show for the benefit of the community. The grant will be used to purchase trailers and hurdles.
|25 Jun 1999||Unst Youth Centre Trust
This group provides budget accommodation for youth groups, schools, people with disabilities and travellers. The grant will be used to purchase beds, crockery, cutlery and curtains and to fund labour costs.
|25 Jun 1999||Unst Festival Committee
This group organises an annual festival for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to fund travel, entertainment and advertising costs.
|25 Jun 1999||Fetlar Museum Trust
This group provides opportunities for people to take an interest in local history and collects, records and exhibits articles of historical interest. The grant will be used to purchase display materials, a scanner and to fund the costs of software upgrade
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Jun 1999||Unst History Group
This group provides opportunities for the preservation and promotion of the natural and social heritage of the local area. The grant will be used to fund the costs of printing, delivery, distribution and advertising of a booklet.
|£2,308||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Jun 1999||Westside Boys' Club
This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people through sporting and recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase a snooker table.
|25 Jun 1999||Unst Squash Club
This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in squash and offers coaching at all levels of the sport. The grant will be used to fund travel and accommodation costs.
|17 Jun 1999||Shetland Community Bike Project
This project will provide skills development opportunities and confidence building activities for people experiencing drug and alcohol dependency and mental health problems. The project will provide training in bicycle building and maintenance. The three
|13 May 1999||Shetland Arts Trust
Towards two-year project to develop traditional dance activity increasing access for tourists amd communities
|£35,897||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Mar 1999||Yell Film and Video Group
This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in film and video making. The grant will be used to purchase camcorders, microphones, editing system, leads and video tapes and to fund advertising costs.
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|12 Feb 1999||Shetland Family History Society
This group provides opportunities for people to participate in and explore aspects of their local history. The grant will be used to fund preparation and publication costs.
|£4,049||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Feb 1999||Sullom Voe Sub-Aqua Club
This group encourages and fosters the development of scuba diving and provides opportunities for local people to develop their competence. The grant will be used to fund the construction of a timber floored area.
|10 Feb 1999||Unst Heritage Trust
Community organised events celebrating the positive and valuable aspects of the Unst's culture heritage and environment. Includes Viking archaeological trail and crafts.
|10 Feb 1999||Shetland Agricultural Show Society
Show celebrating Shetland's agricultural and wider heritage involving the participation of local schools community groups and societies.